CETECOM involved in establishing C2X-Services in a cooperative cross-border ITS corridor
With the help of CETECOM and other parties from Germany, Austria and the Netherlands, the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) will be involved in the initiative "Cooperative ITS Corridor (C-ITS Corridor) to establish cooperative systems for road traffic.
The initiative aims to establish C2X-Services in a cooperative cross-border ITS corridor. Until 2016 the sector from Rotterdam over Frankfurt on the Main to Wien will be equipped with mobile barrier signs included with C2X communication technology.
For the first time, new cars of diverse ranges are able to exchange information with the mobile road infrastructure to increase road safety and traffic efficiency.
CETECOM is proud to implement design, specification and documentation of the necessary test cases related to the C-ITS infrastructure functions of this project.
CETECOM is renowned as an independent, experienced partner of the telecommunications and information technology industries and offers a unique service portfolio which covers the entire life cycle of a mobile communications product, contributes to the smooth running of products and applications and ensures that they meet international standards.
CETECOM's portfolio includes consulting and training, development of test solutions, validation services, testing in accredited laboratories (LTE, WCDMA, GSM, Application Enabler, Mobile Payment, OTA Performance, and EMC), field trials, battery testing, certification, and approval handling.
Being a member of numerous specialist bodies, CETECOM is also actively involved in the development and standardization of global specifications for future technologies.
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